Should The Death Penalty Be Legal?

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Should the death penalty be legal or be abolished? Laws and regulations vary from nation to nation. Attitudes towards the capitalism, as well, vary from person to person. The death penalty, it seems, has become more debatable topic than ever. Although some people think capital punishment, just like death penalty, is a inhuman act which against human 's rights for life and it is too cruel to give the criminals another chance to live a new life. I suppose capital punishment is still an effective way to deter violent criminals, because it can give comfort to the victims and their families. Also, death penalty gives citizens the right message, that is, punishment is proportionate to crimes. And from economically speaking, it saves a lot of money by sentencing murderers to death rather than sentencing them to life imprisonment. So in my observation, I strongly oppose the abolition of death penalty, and this paper will seek to prove that death penalty has to be preserved and impletmented as a valid means of prevention serious crimes. Crimes are everywhere. Criminals and crimes occurs everyday in nations and countries in the world. If we want to live in a society which is adequate safty and keep away from the darkness, we need to seriously believe that capital punishment is a deterrent to eliminate crime and criminals. Deterrence means to punish somebody as an instance and to create fear and warning in other people for the punishment. Death penalty is one of those

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